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Youtube report for Games Jul 2 2018

Youtube report for Games Jul 2 2018

So Zero Latency is the global leader in first-person, free-roaming, multiplayer virtual reality gaming
There are no cords, no wires, completely untethered in the environment, so there’s eight people
roaming around in the game space, interacting with each other in the virtual world.
We have Zombie Survival.
It’s a case of defending a fort, if you like, against a zombie attack.
Engineerium, which is a great introduction to virtual reality if you haven’t played it before.
It’s very peaceful but it’s just a great experience to walk around the virtual world,
where gravity takes on a slightly different meaning.
Singularity, which is a 30-minute game in itself – it is a first-person shoot ’em up.
You are fighting against rogue drones and robots on a space station, but it’s an element
of a lot of adventure in there as well.
There is a lot of movement.
You work collaboratively as a team.
VR is actually bringing the gaming experience to a whole new level of realism.
So you are actually can feel it, you can touch it, you are there.
Most games and movies aim to bring you to a different place, put you into the skin of a hero.
Now, in VR, you actually are that hero, you are brought to that place, you are physically
there, and you can live through all the experience.
And most of your senses will actually tell you that this is real.
While you are playing a conventional game, you just have a screen and some speakers around you.
The fact that we can physically control the game ourselves by our entire body movements,
it takes gaming and personal gaming to a whole different stratosphere.
So gone are the days where people are sitting stationary behind a console, or with their
keyboard or mouse or joystick.
Now, the human body is the game controller.
It takes that level of immersion inside a game to a whole new level.
So the challenge of…
I guess the major challenge we face is communicating how good this technology is to people, letting
them know about it, and encouraging people to come and try it.
I personally think that the technology is so new and it’s developing so fast that
when people come here, they need to be educated, they need to be taught how to use the equipment,
how to use the control or what this thing is all about.
People don’t really know what VR is.
They hear a lot of things from the news, from the media, and when they come here, or when
they contact us, they don’t really know what they want.
So, we have to tell them what we can actually do, what we do offer, and how is it different
from what they have in mind.
The sky’s the limit when it comes to VR, it really is.
And I think what Zero Latency has managed to do here with the hardware and, of course,
the content, is take a huge leap forward when it comes to entertainment and gaming.
For example, for us, I mentioned to you that we are also doing real life escape games.
We are also applying this concept of VR, creating 360 VR movies, and real-life puzzles, where
from virtual reality, you can actually interact with real life, and you have to solve a puzzle
together with your friends.
I also think that you will see large VR arenas, or maybe entire theme parks.
In fact, I’ve already read about one being developed in China.
I know for a fact that in many parts of the world, VR and free-roaming VR is used in commercial
real estate, meaning the content developers will build an apartment with the selling off-the-plan,
and will get potential buyers to walk through the apartment.
So it’s this type of immersion that allows people to be in another reality when they
actually can’t be there, so it could be anything.
You know, I think in the future it will be used for holidays, for travel.
So where are you going to go this afternoon?
I think I might go to New York City or something like that.
And you spend a couple of hours walking around New York City.
We’re only scratching the surfaces to what VR can do, and what the game developers, the
content developers can do.
So that’s an exciting thing right now is that, already we have amazing, you know, experiences
to offer people, but what we’re going to see in the next 6 to 12 months, even into
the next couple of years is really exciting.
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How esports are exploding in China – Duration: 3:27. This is esports – competitive professional video gaming.
China, with its education-driven culture, might seem like the last place
where professional gaming could blow up, but it absolutely has
and the big money’s already starting to flow in.
Case in point: just a couple of months ago, Google led a $120 million round in Chushou, an esports live streaming service.
Around the same time, ASUS poured $16 million into a new esports venture of its own.
Alibaba, too, has committed to investing over $150 million in Chinese esports.
What are they seeing? A multifaceted market with the potential for a variety of revenue streams,
growing and changing so quickly that it’s difficult to even measure its value.
Estimates of the value of China’s current esports market range from just a few hundred million dollars to well over a billion.
But it really depends on how you count it.
There’s the money that’s generated from selling tournament tickets and sponsorships, of course.
And there’s ad revenue from event streams.
There are team sponsorships and the cash from things like jersey sales.
And there are in-game sales of esports-related items, like team-branded skins and in-game event tickets.
But it goes way deeper than that.
Many Chinese pro gamers also stream practice games in their free time,
making money through everything from ad impressions to digital gifting to branded snack sales
yes, fans will even buy cookies and crackers from their favorite players.
And there’s the revenue generated by internet cafes,
which have experienced a bit of a resurgence as gamers seek a collective experience for their esports fix.
All of these tournaments and streams also work as advertising for the games themselves,
helping drive massive profits as recreational gamers log in and spend money in the same games they watch competitively.
League Of Legends, for example, is a Tencent-owned game that generated over $2 billion in revenue in 2017,
much of it from China where the game is immensely popular.
China’s enthusiasm for the game is continually stoked by the highly popular professional League of Legends scene.
At its peak, more than 100 million people were watching last year’s World Championship Chinese feed simultaneously.
The value of that kind of exposure is tough to calculate.
But it’s not just PC games like LOL – China’s also on the bleeding edge of the emerging competitive mobile gaming scene.
Honor of Kings, a LOL-inspired mobile game from Tencent, has tens of millions of daily players in China.
It has an emerging professional scene in the increasingly-popular King Pro League,
and its top players are already attracting hundreds of thousands of viewers whenever they stream.
Indeed, it’s mobile esports where companies seem to be expecting the biggest growth.
Google’s recent investment, for example, was into a platform that specializes in mobile esports streaming.
So how can you break into China’s growing mobile esports scene?
As a game developer, it’s tough, because esports games need to attract large player bases quickly to remain viable.
Tencent in particular is powerfully entrenched and has hundreds of millions of existing players to call upon,
so it’s tough to beat them at their own game.
Outside investors like Google and Alibaba have thus far shown more interest in investing in platforms and infrastructure
like streaming websites rather than trying to take on Tencent directly with a competing title.
And there’s still plenty of room for growth.
Both PC and mobile esports in China are projected to keep growing through at least 2022,
and with hundreds of millions of potential Chinese gamers and esports fans not even online yet,
there’s still time to get in on China’s esports dream.
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Xiaomi IPO: The vital stats – Duration: 2:05. Chinese gadget maker Xiaomi is on the verge of a massive IPO
that could see it raise up to $10 billion, at a valuation of $100 billion.
That would make it the biggest IPO since Alibaba’s 2014 listing.
It would also make Xiaomi China’s third-most valuable tech company,
and one of the hundred most valuable companies on earth.
An IPO that big could also make Xiaomi founder Lei Jun into China’s richest man,
as he’s said to own around 75% of the company.
If that’s true, a $100 billion valuation would push him way past China tech rivals Jack Ma and Pony Ma.
In fact, he’d be one of the five richest people on the planet by net worth.
Xiaomi’s revenues are on the rise,
according to figures it has disclosed to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
And so are its smartphone sales.
After posting a small profit in 2016, it reported a massive net loss of $6.9 billion in 2017,
plus a net loss of $1.1 billion for the first quarter of 2018
But those numbers don’t tell the full story.
Xiaomi actually posted an operating profit of $1.9 billion in 2017.
Similarly, if you don’t count one-time costs Xiaomi paid in the first quarter of 2018,
then it actually posted a $162 million profit in those three months.
Xiaomi makes most of its money from smartphones
and it’s getting increasingly global in its reach.
Outside China, its biggest business is in India,
where it’s now the top smartphone seller, beating Samsung.
So what will it do with the impending IPO windfall?
The company plans to invest 30% of the IPO funds into R&D,
another 30% into its smart home ecosystem and products.
And it has also said it’ll put 30% of the funds into expanding its presence
in Southeast Asia, Europe, Russia, and “other regions,”
The remaining 10% will be reserved for use as working capital.
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Laughing With Friends | Wii Sports Baseball – Duration: 18:13. Will: Oh! I was not ready for that.
Will: *Slight Rage*
Kean: Kean stepping up to the plate…
Kean: Oh, awkward…
Kean: Fucking bitch ass
Alan/Will: What?! — Kean: That’s a single?
Will: How?
Kean: Oooh, I’d smash
Will: Looks like Tyler’s mom
Alan: What the fuck is wrong with you guys?
Kean: Dammit
Will?: *Weird ass noises*
Alan: Yo, we chased after that fucking ice cream bus
Kean: Yeah dude, the ice cream bus drove by and me and [Alan] sprinted like three miles for that shit
Alan: Without shoes… We fucking lost him. He was driving so fucking fast
Kean: And we lost him, sadly
Alan: It’s like Fuck Off we just want some ice cream and he just goes YEEET
Kean: Fuck
Kean: Dude, this game’s impossible!
Alan: Haha you suck dick
Kean: Aw we need to do a rematch
Will: Yeah, definitely a rematch
Will: We have to at least score one goal
Kean: Yeah
Will: No progress at all
Will: I’m gonna kill you
Will: YES!!
Will: H!
Will: Come On Oscar
Will: You’re a male
Will: *Whispering* Male Power, Male Power
Alan: Haha ‘Male Power’
Will: Ugh, Gross
Will: *Rage* — Kean: ???
Will: Okay, this is like the only male on my team, so here we go
Will: GOD!
Will: Okay, another female
Alan: Contact. Yeah put your contacts in, bitch
Will: God!
Alan: You guys suck ass
Will: UGH!!
Will: Swear to God….
Alan: I’ll play winner
Will: Alright, might take a few games — Kean: ???
Will: *Choking on dick*
Will: Oh, you idiot! — Kean: *Laughing*
Will: You waste of a pitcher
Kean: Oh, Alan, alright. {Something} hitter.
Alan: Making a comeback!
Will: Yes… That a boy Chris
Kean: Thanks [Alan], right into the pedophile
Will: *Rage*
Will: OH YES! — Kean: No Way! — Will: Get Out, Get Out, Get Out
Alan: Fucking took forever
Will: How’d the Asian get the home run? — Kean: This game is rigged. RIGGED!!!
Alan: Shhh! People are sleeping
Kean: Rigged!
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College Football Odds: Alabama Favored for Championship | Heavy.com – Duration: 5:40. College Football Odds: Alabama Favored for Championship | Heavy.com
Alabama is one of the Vegas favorites for the 2018-19 season.
The College Football Playoff championship game for the 2018 season is Monday, January 7, 2019, at Levi’s Stadium.
The top five favorites to win a national title at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com are the Alabama Crimson Tide (+175), Clemson Tigers (+600), Ohio State Buckeyes (+700), Georgia Bulldogs (+750) and Michigan Wolverines (+1600).
Four of those schools could have a new starting quarterback from 2017 come Week 1 of the 2018 season.
The Crimson Tide open just about every year as the national title favorites as they should, having won five of the past nine under Coach Nick Saban.
Jalen Hurts was the team’s starting QB all of last season, but he struggled in the first half of the national title game against Georgia and freshman Tua Tagovailoa led the comeback victory.
Tagovailoa is the clearly superior passer, and sits high on the 2018 Heisman Trophy odds, but Hurts has all the experience and is a terrific runner.
That battle will be decided in fall camp; might the loser transfer?.
Clemson does return 2017 starter Kelly Bryant, but he was terrible in the Tigers’ College Football Playoff loss to Alabama, potentially opening the door for highly-touted true freshman Trevor Lawrence to take the job.
Another former heralded recruit, sophomore Hunter Johnson, saw the writing on the wall and has transferred out.
Ohio State will have a new starting QB with J.T.
Barrett, one of the best in Big Ten history, having moved to the NFL.
Redshirt sophomore Dwayne Haskins was battling redshirt junior Joe Burrow during spring camp, but Burrow decided to leave for LSU so it will be Haskins under center.
Michigan’s Brandon Peters played a decent amount in 2017 and is back in Ann Arbor, but Coach Jim Harbaugh got odds-shifting news in late April when the NCAA ruled that Ole Miss transfer Shea Patterson was eligible to play immediately even though he’s not a graduate transfer.
He was considered the No.
1 QB in the entire Class of 2016 and showed signs of stardom for the Rebels.
Patterson left because that program is in some NCAA hot water.
He should win the starting job.
The one school assured of its starting quarterback being under center in Week 1 (barring injury) is Georgia with Jake Fromm.
However, the sophomore might not want to get too comfortable as the top-ranked QB recruit in this year’s class, Justin Fields, is already pushing him.
Alabama and Georgia don’t play in the 2018 regular season, but it would be an upset if they didn’t meet in the SEC title game.
That would seem to preclude another matchup for the national championship.
Remember, Auburn and not Alabama won the SEC West last year.
Michigan and Ohio State do close the regular season against one another as per usual.
Clemson’s toughest test should be October 27 at Florida State (+4500), but the Tigers’ schedule looks rather weak overall.
Only the SEC and ACC have had at least one representative in every edition of the College Football Playoff.
For more odds information, betting picks and a breakdown of this week’s top sports betting news check out the OddsShark podcast with Jon Campbell and Andrew Avery.
Subscribe on iTunes or listen to it at OddsShark.libsyn.com.
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Privacy on China’s web – Duration: 2:58. In the wake of Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica disaster,
Baidu CEO Robin Li made some comments about internet privacy that got people’s attention.
“..the Chinese people are more open or less sensitive about the privacy issue…
…if they are able to trade privacy for convenience, for safety, for efficiency…
…in a lot of cases they’re willing to do that.”
Li’s comment earned him immediate criticism,
with some people calling it “shameless.”
But is he wrong?
On the one hand, there are signs that China’s web users do take data breaches seriously.
A survey by the Internet Society of China found that…
…54 percent of netizens considered such breaches “severe.”
And this year has already seen several examples of consumer pushback against major Chinese tech firms.
Alibaba’s Ant Financial was forced to apologize after people decried a sneaky feature…
…that automatically signed users up for its credit service,
a service whose terms of agreement say it may share user data with third parties,
and that it takes no responsibility for what third parties do with that data.
And Robin Li’s own Baidu has been sued by a consumer protection group…
…for allegedly accessing user data like calls and messages without consent.
Tencent, maker of WeChat, has come under attack too,
with no less than the chairman of car giant Geely complaining:
Tencent said his claim about the WeChat messages was inaccurate.
But Robin Li was correct in saying that China’s web users surrender privacy for convenience all the time…
…by doing things like enabling location tracking so that they can follow directions in a mapping app.
The more relevant question may not be whether Chinese users care about privacy,
but whether they actually have a chance of getting to have privacy.
China does have consumer data protection laws, but they’re vague…
…and they don’t apply to the government, which has essentially unlimited access to users’ online records.
Fergus Ryan, analyst at the International Cyber Policy Centre at ASPI, says that:
And on both fronts, Chinese people don’t have a ton of choice.
China’s single-party government isn’t likely to waver in its pursuit of unbridled online surveillance,
…and most of China’s web services are controlled by the “big three”…
…companies that all have histories of collecting and using user data.
For more infomation >> Privacy on China’s web – Duration: 2:58.
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Edmund ready to make an impact at Wimbledon – Duration: 5:53. When Kyle Edmund walks on court on Tuesday as British No 1 at Wimbledon, he will sense the history and reflect on how far he has come
His earliest memory of SW19 is Tim Henman swinging his way into the semi-finals with a black and bronze Slazenger racket
Back then, this humble boy from Beverley in Yorkshire never thought he would compete on such a stage, let alone as Britain’s top-ranking male
Yet now Edmund feels the time has come to write his own chapter in the sport’s history books, especially given Andy Murray’s withdrawal on Sunday
‘The responsibility and attention you have being British No 1 at Wimbledon, it’s something I’ve grown into,’ Edmund says
‘I had more ambition as I got older. Wimbledon is pretty much the home of tennis. It’s like the Masters in golf
It’s the one everyone wants to win, especially being British. It definitely has that presence
It’s hard to describe. You have that sometimes when you meet people. As they walk into a room, you can really sense just what they’re about
‘Wimbledon has that feel about it as a place. You know you’re at something special
It would be great to do well there and be in the Wimbledon books. That is always the goal
‘ Edmund reached his first Grand Slam semi-final at then Open in January and knows there will be expectation on him as British No 1 here
He is realising how much more recognisable it makes him — the number of requests for autographs and selfies has spiked since he took over the mantle from Murray in March
At the time of leapfrogging the injured Scot, Edmund seemed to shrug it off. As far as he was concerned, it was not a fair fight because Murray had been out for so many months
Now, with his compatriot back on the circuit though out of Wimbledon, the world No 18 wants a legitimate battle
‘I would love to keep it long term,’ Edmund says of his No 1 position.’In terms of keeping that, I guess it is up to me how I do
It will be my first time at Wimbledon as British No 1, so I don’t know what to expect, but I am sure it is a good position to be in and a nice problem to have
‘ KYLE EDMUND’S WIMBLEDON RECORD Second qualifierFirst roundFirst round First round First roundSecond round Can he win a Grand Slam?’Yes, I believe my game is good enough
I know my game is improving on the right track,’ he says. ‘You always have to be realistic
I am 23 and the guys who are winning Slams at the minute are in their thirties. There is still a long way to go
‘I would rather just do it than talk about doing this and that. It’s easy to talk about it but it’s so much harder to do it
That’s the true test.’Ultimately I am British No 1, top 20 in the world.’Edmund has not enjoyed the greatest of experiences at the All England Club
He was defeated in the first round for four straight years, then lost in the second round to Gael Monfils last year
Yet this time, as home favourite, he will hope to ride the wave of expectation to the second week
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Xherdan Shaqiri one of two players on Jurgen Klopp target list Liverpool transfer ● News Now ● #LFC – Duration: 2:27. LIVERPOOL boss Jurgen Klopp reportedly has two names on his transfer wishlist, with Stoke
forward Xherdan Shaqiri one of them.
Liverpool boss Klopp has been tipped to move for Shaqiri, who looks destined to leave Stoke
this summer.
The Switzerland star is currently on international duty at the World Cup and is expected to feature
when they face Sweden in the last-16 on Tuesday afternoon.
Liverpool have been pursuing a deal for Nabil Fekir but that transfer collapsed amid concerns
over the France international’s ongoing knee problems.
Shaqiri has emerged as a cheap alternative with the Stoke star available for just £12million.
And the Liverpool Echo claim the former Basel forward is on a two-man wishlist.
Liverpool know they need more attacking options if they are to reel in Manchester City next
term.
The Reds want a player capable of filling in should one of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane
and Roberto Firmino succumb to injury.
Shaqiri was coy when quizzed on a Liverpool move last month, saying: “I can’t tell you
anything right now.
I think my agents take care of my future.
“I’m focusing on the national team right now.”
Yet the Liverpool Echo say Klopp has added another player to his transfer wishlist.
That is Gent star Moses Simon, who impressed at the World Cup in Russia.
The 22-year-old was unable to propel his country to the knockout stages, with Nigeria losing
out to Argentina.
But a Liverpool deal could be in the offing should Klopp choose to follow up his interest.
However, Shaqiri and Simon are not the only players being linked.
Liverpool remain tipped to sign Real Madrid’s Marco Asensio amid uncertainty over the player’s
Bernabeu future.
Fekir and Bayer Leverkusen’s Julian Brandt have also been linked with moves
to Merseyside.
For more infomation >> Xherdan Shaqiri one of two players on Jurgen Klopp target list Liverpool transfer ● News Now ● #LFC – Duration: 2:27.
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[IELTS Listening] Note Completion – Lesson 1 – Duration: 3:15. Cambridge English IELTS 12 tests five to eight
Published by Cambridge University Press and Cambridge English language assessment
2017
This recording is copyright
Cd1
Hi. Can I help you?
I’d like to find out if you have any excursions
suitable for families. Sure, How about taking your family for a cruise?
We have a steamship that takes passengers out several times a day
— it’s over 100 years old.
The cruise takes place on a steamship so steamship has been written in the space
Now we shall begin
You should answer the questions as you listen because you will not hear the recording a second time
Listen carefully and answer questions 1 to 4
Hi. Can I help you? I’d like to find out if you have any
excursions suitable for families. Sure. How about taking your family for a cruise?
We have a steamship that takes passengers out several times a day
— it’s over 100 years old.
That sounds interesting.
How long is the trip?
About an hour and a half. And don’t forget to take pictures of the mountains.
They’re all around you when you’re on the boat and they look fantastic.
OK. And I assume there’s a café or something on board?
Sure. How old are your children?
Er, my daughter’s fifteen and my son’s seven.
Right. Well there are various things you can do once you’ve crossed the lake, to make a day of it.
One thing that’s very popular is a visit to the Country Farm.
You’re met off the boat by the farmer and he’ll take you to the holding pens, where the sheep are kept.
Children love feeding them!
My son would love that. He really likes animals
Well, there’s also a 40-minute trek round the farm on a horse, if he wants.
Do you think he’d manage it? He hasn’t done that before.
Sure, It’s suitable for complete beginners.
Ah, good.
And again, visitors are welcome to explore the farm on their own,
as long as they take care to close gates and so on.
There are some very beautiful gardens along the side of the lake
which also belong to the farm — they’ll be just at their best now.
You could easily spend an hour or two there.
OK. Well that all sounds good. And can we get lunch there?
You can, and it’s very good, though it’s not included in the basic cost. You pay when you get there.
Right.
Before you hear rest of the conversation you have some time to look at questions five to ten
Now listen and answer questions five to ten
So is there anything else to do over on that side of the lake?
Well, what you can do is take a bike over on the ship and then go on a cycling trip.
There’s a trail there called the Back Road — you could easily spend three or four hours exploring it, and the scenery’s wonderful.
They’ll give you a map when you get your ticket for the cruise — there’s no extra charge.
What’s the trail like in terms of difficulty?
Quite challenging in places. It wouldn’t be suitable for your seven-year-old.
It needs someone who’s got a bit more experience.
Hmm. Well, my daughter loves cycling and so do I, so maybe the two of us could go,
and my wife and son could stay on the farm.
That might work out quite well
But we don’t have bikes here… is there somewhere we could rent them?
Yes, there’s a place here in the city. It’s called Ratchesons.
I’ll just make a note of that — er, how do you spell it?
R-A-T-C-H-E-S-O-N-S. It’s just by the cruise ship terminal.
Okay
You’d also need to pick up a repair kit for the bike from there to take along with you,
and you’d need to take along a snack and some water — it’d be best to get those in the city.
Fine. That shouldn’t be a problem. And I assume I can rent a helmet from the bike place?
Sure, you should definitely get that.
It’s a great ride, but you want to be well prepared because it’s very remote —
you won’t see any shops round there, or anywhere to stay, so you need to get back in time for the last boat.
Yeah. So what sort of prices are we looking at here?
Let’s see, that’d be one adult and one child for the cruise with farm tour,
that’s $117, and an adult and a child for the cruise only so that’s $214 dollars altogether.
Oh, wait a minute, how old did you say your daughter was?
Fifteen.
Then I’m afraid it’s $267 because she has to pay the adult fare,
which is $75 instead of the child fare which is $22 — sorry about that.
That’s okay. Er, so how do …
That is the end of section one
You now have half a minute to check your answers
Now turn to section two
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Is Celebrity Family Feud on TV Tonight? When Is a New Episode? | Heavy.com – Duration: 6:20. Is Celebrity Family Feud on TV Tonight? When Is a New Episode? | Heavy.com
This coming week, many shows are on hiatus for the 4th of July holiday.
And, so, for those hoping to watch a new episode of Celebrity Family Feud tonight, they are out of luck.
The next new episode will not air until next Sunday, July 8, 2018, at 8 p.m.
ET/PT and 7 p.m.
Next week’s episode will be episode 4 of the season.
It will feature comedian and ventriloquist Jeff Dunham, who is playing for charity Baby2Baby, and actress Ming-Na Wen, who is playing for Children‘s Miracle Network Hospitals.
On Dunham’s team is Makenna Paige daughter Makenna, daughter Ashleyn, daughter Bree, and wife Audrey.
Wen’s team hass her husband Eric Zee, daughter Michaela, brother Lang Yee, and sister-in-law Juliet Silva.
Also featured on next week’s show is actor Taye Diggs, who is playing for the charity FosterMore, and actress Caroline Rhea, who is playing for Hopeland.
On Digg’s team is his mother Marcia Berry, sister Christian, brother Gabriel, and sister Shalom.
Rhea’s team consists of her sister Cynthia, sister Celia, nephew William Woods and nephew Robert Woods.
Tonight will air a re-run, which is episode 2 from this season.
Featured are 5 NBA Stars against 5 MLB All-Stars.
Playing for the Mustard Seed School are Ernie Johnson, host of “Inside the NBA”; Kenneth Smith, analyst on “Inside the NBA”; Shaquille O’Neal, analyst on “Inside the NBA”; Charles Barkley, analyst on “Inside the NBA”; and Kristen Ledlow, host of “NBA Inside Stuff”.
On the MBA team, the contestants are playing for Major League Baseball Charities and the team is made up of Johnny Damon, two-time World Series Champion; Jimmy Rollins, former National League MVP; Sean Casey, three-time All-Star and current analyst on MLB Network; Jennie Finch, Olympic medalist in softball; and John Franco, four-time All-Star.
Also on the episode 2 rerun are retired NFL player and DWTS champion Rashad Jennings versus rapper and actress Eve.
Jennings’ team, who is playing for the Rashad Jennings Foundation, consists of his cousin Derek O’Neal, sister-in-law Pamela Jennings, brother Albert Orrin Jennings III, and Bryan Kendrick Jennings.
Eve and her team are playing for Georges Malaika Foundation, Inc.
Her team is made up of her brother Farrod Wilcher, mom Julie, stepfather Ron and cousin Takeya Rideout.
If you would like to watch the show, but you don’t have cable or can’t get to a TV, you can watch ABC live on your computer, phone or streaming device by signing up for one of the following cable-free, live-TV streaming services:.
Hulu With Live TV: In addition to their extensive Netflix-like streaming library, Hulu now also offers a bundle of live TV channels, including ABC (live in most markets).
You can sign up for “Hulu with Live TV” right here, and you can then watch a live stream of ABC on your computer via the Hulu website, or on your phone, tablet or streaming device via the Hulu app.
If you can’t watch live, “Hulu with Live TV” also comes with both its extensive on-demand library (which has many shows available after they air) and 50 hours of Cloud DVR storage (with the ability to upgrade to “Enhanced Cloud DVR,” which gives you 200 hours of DVR space and the ability to fast forward through commercials).
Sling TV: ABC (live in select markets) is included in the “Sling Orange” plus “Broadcast Extra” channel bundle.
You can sign up for a free 7-day trial of both packages, and you can then watch ABC live on your computer via the Sling TV website, or on your phone, tablet or streaming device via the Sling TV app.
If you can’t watch live, you can get 50 hours of cloud DVR storage as an additional add-on.

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